Digital Art Marketplace News (March 19, 2020) – The Winkelvoss Twins are known for involving in some of the most lucrative blockchain-based projects in the space. Whether is bidding and winning U.S Marshals Bitcoin auctions to investing in cryptocurrency exchanges (Gemini), they are in the forefront of it all.
So it was no surprise when the Winkelvoss Twins announced a new project; an exclusive collectibles and digital art marketplace on the blockchain.
Named Nifty Gateway, Tyler and Cameron hope to cash-in on the digital art gold rush. Users of the website will be able to buy, sell, and trade exclusive digital arts and collectibles.
However, the online marketplace will start on Tuesday, March 24, 2020 with a couple of well-known artists such as Michael Kagan and Lyle Owerko.
Kagan is a famous T-shirt designer who recently collaborated with rapper, Pharrell Williams. Owerko, meanwhile had his work glaze the cover of TIME Magazine.
Owerko said this to Bloomberg about getting selected to feature on the digital art marketplace:
“I have never done anything like this before, which is all the more reason to do it now.”
The main purpose of the blockchain-based marketplace is to safeguard the future of digital arts, according to reports. The platform allows artists to post limited edition from their art collections. However, other digital arts, including stamps and comic books are welcome.
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